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in brentwood, kron four news >> crime in the city of berkeley is up. according to the police chief. one crime rate category that has skyrocketed. is cases of rape. kron four's philippe djegal reports on the staggering year to year increase. >> reporter: in 2012. the berkeley police department says there were 39 reported rape cases. nine of those were attempted rapes. compared to 20 rapes in 2011. that's a 95-percent rise from year to year. investigations captain andy greenwood saying during a tuesday night crime report presentation to the city council. that the overwhelming majority of the rapes happened in the neighborhoods surrounding the u-c berkeley campus. where there is a dense student population. police say alcohol and or drugs were inolved in almost half of the cases. police say none of the attacks involved a stranger entering a home. and, only two involved a stranger on the street. police say the majority of the victims were raped by and acquaintance, friend, or people involved in past dating relationships. investigators here at the police department say there is no clear reason for
for low clouds, dense fog but mostly sunny. i will let you know how warm it is going to get. >> the city of san francisco is getting ready to host a post super bowl party. they will not tolerate the destruction this is video from the world series. and also, photos featured with our coverage to more. show us your best photograph. and message us on your kron 4 facebook fan page for over 60,000 california foster children, nights can feel long and lonely. i miss my sister. i miss my old school. i miss my room. i don't want special treatment. i just wanna feel normal. to help, sleep train is collecting pajamas for foster children, big and small. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help make a foster child's night a little cozier. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. >> gamblers in las vegas and all over the world are sure to be glued to their televisions tomorrow nighjt. and, so will politicians and even zoo keepers. kron four's philiippe djegal gives us a look at some of the bets being made ahead of the super bowl. >> keep in mind. these are all friend
80 officers. kron four's philippe djegal explains why city officials say, they're having a tough time filling positions. the walnut creek police department website currently shows two full-time police officer positions are available. offering a salary range between 76 and 93-thousand dollars a year. might sound good. but police chief joel bryden tells the city council that might not be competitive enough. councilman justin wedel says potential candidates are force. instead, choosing other bay area police departments because othey officer a more competitive salary and benefits package. now, that the department is under-staffed. wedel says some detectives have been reassigned to patrol, putting some long- term investigations on hold. traffic cops have also been reassigned to patrol. as have the officers on the downtwon police task force, who monitor bars and crackdown on drunk drivers. councilman wedel says any and all options are on the table to attract more officers to the force. he says the city is putting potential candidates through two academies within the next six months. wedell
. this was one of a few places on the ship that had electricity. >> if was tent. city just like the new orleans superdome they asked us to tidy up before the helicopters came in but it was not like that. >> with no electricity, no hot water, no running water, no toilets. >> reporter: those on board this nightmare cruise spoke to cnn about the living conditions. carnival's ceo apologized to all of the passengers and said they are paying for all transportation costs to get people back home. carnival said passengers have the option of a seven hour bus ride to galveston texas or houston. they could pfft also choose a two hour trip to new orleans. but, many already have family members picking them and want nothing to do with carnival. >> pam: san jose police say, the end result of case of domestic violence. appears to be a murder- suicide. a man and a woman were found dead in a home just after 4-20 this afternoon in east san jose. this is video of the scene from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c-7 news. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with investigators who say it is possible. the suspect plan
by law enforcement in counties. the city of berkeley is >> a lot of people are saying that this is just a matter of time but we could likely see them domestically. >> according to the supervisor hunters, farmers and we are seeing them of their. >> pam: reggie, thank you. the city of berkeley this thithis this is going to be the new home of the latest whole foods market in the bay area. kron four's jeff bush shows you where the new store is going to be located. and how it may affect the surrounding area. >> reporter: the newest whole foods is moving in to this building on tenth street and gilman and the office depot is moving out. the building will get a complete makeover and will feature all the groceries that are expected from whole foods. the store will have around 30,500 square feetwhich is pretty big. and, it's that size that has some people concerned about the increase in traffic in the areawhich already has a walgreens, rei, several restaurants and other businesses nearby. plus, the location is just one block from busy san pablo avenue. you can see the volume of cars that current
york city. annie - we are hearing the storm is set to bring a full 24 hours of snow? >> yes. some rain off on the coast. >> some are rain off the coast and deep snow. let me show you the watch this is where we could see the heaviest various through 1:00 p.m. what we could see is some snowfall from boston and high wind gusting. new york city is also going to see 1 ft. in some areas. a lot more expected for to marron. difficult to get around. >> pam: trains in the bay area starting up again. after a deadly accident brings trains along one rail to screeching halt. kron 4's jeff bush has the details. >> reporter: frustrated cal train riders were sitting for hours on the tracks near charleston road in palo alto. the south bound train hit a pedestrian around east meadow road about a quarter mile away around 7:30. you can see the same look was on almost everyone's face as they looked out the window at sheriff's deputies, cal train officials and county the coroner conducted the investigation. the accident completely halted train traffic, north and southbound for about an hour and a half, and a
would be okay. >> reporter: after several hours they were brought in by a city bus. their parents for holding them tightly. these children were locked down and they were frightened because there were witness to the second shooting. >> it happened right in front of my partner's house. i was on the way to his house. i got out of my car. started walking into just about 20 ft. in front of me this happened between a gunman and the police. >> we heard the shot and we had about 40 people left. some of the students had already been picked up. >> i heard a firecracker. and it was much louder. so i did not think that it was a gunshot. but some people said that it was a gunshot. >> with two cops getting shot it is highly unusual. >> i am really happy my family is okay. >> reporter: that is the same feeling is that every parent felt. jeff bush, kron 4. >> pam: a memorial is growing for the two santa cruz police officers who were killed in the line of duty tonight. several people have stopped by police headquarters on center street to leave flowers and candles and a few hand written notes in m
of that city's quiet neighborhoods. kron four's jeff bush shows where it happened and who police are looking for. >> reporter: palo alto police say it happened about this time of day. it was about 5:30 monday afternoon. an 11 year old girl was riding her bike along emerson >> she screamed and pedal faster and he did not go after her but he did yell out and threaten that he was going to kidnap her. ashstreetsouthbound. that's when she says this man was yelling obceneties at her as she approached. that scared her but what scared here even more is when he ran out into the street and tried to grab her. she peddled harder and got away and made it home where she told her parents what had happened to her. take a look at this sketch obtained by kron four. you can see there is a high degree of detail in the sketch. the suspect is described as a white male in his 30's, about 140 to 160 pounds with balding, light color hair and round glasses. palo alto police say they are on the lookout for this man. >> our kids are our most valuable resource and law enforcement takes things very seriously any time a c
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